Middlebury Offers Up To $1,000 Reward For Information

Earlier this week, Middlebury’s Select Board has unanimously voted to offer a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for vandalizing the Cross Street Bridge. The town has already incurred a $7,000 expense to remove graffiti that appeared on the bridge late last year. For more information, you [...]

Killington’s Public Pool To Be Repaired

After receiving quotes from a number of companies, Killington’s Recreation Commission has selected Patenaude Pool Plasterers, Inc., and Allen Pools & Spas to repair “significant cracks” that have developed in the Johnson Recreation Center’s public pool. The construction is expected to be completed by May and is estimated to cost $75,000. Click here to read [...]

Mud Season Hits Barnet And Other Vermont Towns

Road crews in Barnet have described the onset of early mud season in town and some of the issues it is presenting for them. They told the Select Board that the Highway Department has been working with soft roads, even in the early morning, that do not favor heavy equipment when applying gravel and attempting [...]

Pittsford Discusses Park ‘N’ Ride Lot

Town officials in Pittsford are discussing possible locations for the construction of a Park ‘N’ Ride parking lot to offer commuters the option of carpooling to and from work. Various recommendations have been suggested to the Select Board, including a location near Route 7, a location near Pittsford Commons. Town officials are taking into account [...]

Rockingham Bridge Updates

The Rockingham Select Board earlier this week discussed the current status of the Worrall and Bartonsville historic covered bridges. Town officials hope repairs on the Worrall Bridge will begin on Monday, and they expect the bridge to be open by mid-April. The Bartonsville temporary bridge is now functional and the town expects to have bridge [...]

Rockingham’s Worral Bridge To Be Repaired

Rockingham’s Select Board unanimously passed a motion to accept a bid from Daniels Construction, a private bridge building company located in Ascutney for the repair of the Worrall Covered Bridge at a cost not to exceed $17,975. The bridge was damaged due to the flooding brought on by Tropical Storm Irene and is amongst a [...]

Fair Haven Select Board Accepts Bid To Renovate Baseball Field

In late February, the Fair Haven Select Board approved a bid from the Dirty Diamonds, an athletic field construction and renovation company based in Manchester, VT, to restore the town’s Babe Ruth Baseball field for a sum of $27,320. The official town minutes can be viewed by clicking here.

St. Albans Town Set To Pave This Spring

Earlier in February, Gerry Myers, the Interim Town Manager of the town of St. Albans, announced that about 11 miles of the town’s roads would be paved throughout 2012. Meyers specified that, during the upcoming Spring, the work would start by laying down asphalt on Bronson Road, Nason Street, Church Road, Little County Road and [...]

Broadband To Expand Into East Dover

Earlier in February, the Dover Select Board passed a motion to approve the use of $275,000 to partner with the telephone and broadband Internet provider FairPoint Communications to expand broadband Internet access into East Dover. The Select Board’s minutes and more details about the expansion can be viewed here.

Sunderland Plans For Construction Of Town Hall

The Sunderland Building Committee has put aside over $206,000 for the construction of a Town Hall. Another $10,000 will be added to that sum on June 1, 2012 bringing the total to over $216,000. The Committee hopes for the building to serve the purposes of a Town’s Treasurer’s Office, a storage vault for records and [...]